2024 Hyundai Ioniq 7 is considered a concept of living space on wheels, which is exactly what the all-electric SUV looks like. Claimed to be of similar dimensions to the three-row Hyundai Palisade, the Seven rides on the brand’s new cross-brand E-GMP platform. Which underpins the Ioniq 5 and many other Hyundai and Kia EV models that are ought to arrive. With a façade from the future that includes distinct lighting elements, shape-shifting wheels, and glass panels on the roof and rear, the Seven concepts are just a concept. However, it emphasizes design language and technology that could eventually become reality. Many would think its enormous coach doors and furniture-like seats are other fantastical features but don’t have the idea of a vast interior with plenty of configurations. The Ioniq 7 is said to deliver an estimated range of over 300 miles and an exceptionally quick charging period too.
As the Ioniq Seven concept still appears to be a long way away from hitting the roads or even the production belt. We expect Hyundai to use the name on a large EV SUV with seating for up to seven or eight. The company already on a mission of launching three new electric vehicles in the upcoming years including the Hyundai Ioniq 5. With no official information, the vehicle can be expected to be released in three different trims.
Battery & Performance
There isn’t much information regarding what size battery will power the Ioniq Seven, it is expected to have a sizable useable capacity. As because Hyundai is targeting a driving range exceeding 300 miles. Hooked up to a 350-kW fast-charger, the Seven’s battery can allegedly be charged from 10 to 80 percent in approximately 20 minutes.
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The carmaker hasn’t revealed anything about how much the Ioniq Seven will cost or what variants it will be offered. But expect it to be offered in a lineup similar to the smaller Ioniq 5. With SE, SEL, and Limited models. There are also rumors that Ioniq Seven could start at around $50k.